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Where is Murphy going to play with Aldridge at PF?
Why would Portland want McBob back?
well the way i looked at it was, portland gets a rid of a contract that they dont want in webster, while also getting a top ten pick in this years draft, they hold on to murphy looking for him as tradebait at next years trade deadline, and finally as for oden he just wants some home cooking , coz he isnt going anywhere in a while and im sure the franchise dont want to look like idiots for giving him a new contract on bum knees, so might as well be the pacers , coz they can not hit any lower at the moment
One flaw making itself abundantly clear in the Phoenix series was the limited outside shooting of Portland's backcourt. With Roy out and Rudy Fernandez a non-factor, the Blazers had no one back there capable of consistently hitting three-pointers to keep the middle open for LaMarcus Aldridge. The result? Aldridge, a 50% field-goal shooter during the season, hit only 43% from the field because the Phoenix guards could collapse quickly inside, knowing they didn't have to defend three-point shooters. Andre Miller and Jerryd Bayless are good players at the point guard spot – Bayless played very well at the two with Roy out – but they don't scare anyone with their shooting.
i cant see the pacers doing that, they lose to much on that, they get two injured players in return, both knee injuries. maybe if we gave them our pick in 10 and 11 both first rounders lottery not protected .